Alton Daily Telegraph, June 10, 1890 : Front Page

Publication: Alton Daily Telegraph June 10, 1890

Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 10, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH. * 0 * ALTON, JLL., TUESDAY EVENING JUNE IO, IMO. NO. BOO I Miff IN MBB Causes a Disastrous Wreck on the Wabash. SEVEN MEN INSTANTLY KILLED. Dr. J. W. Enos’ Sanitarium, ALTON. ILL. DR. ENOS announces that he ha* established in a building purchased for the purpose a SANITA KI UM for the BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL. His experience during many yean has convinced him that all diseases can be managed more successfully in an institution of this kind, under th* oonstant supervision of the physician and with the aid of means not otherwise at command, titan when the patients are seen by their medical advisers st intervals of several hours or davs. The position of the SANITARIUM is high, and the surrounding are free from all noxious influences. It is readily reached by the Second street horst ears, and is near the Union Depot. The building is large, and arrangements are as perfect as is possible fron a knowledge of sanitary science and the requirement* of such an institution. Electricity in all its forms; Oxygen and its compounds; Baths, Douches, Massage, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided as may he required by patients, in addition to such other treatment as may ho deemed advisable. A LARGE SOLARIUM For flan Baths and exercise in oold and inclement weather, etc., is provided. Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receives hit daily personal attention. Now Or>en POR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS. Fir further information addrcn Dr. ENOS at the SANITARIA, corner of George and Third att., Alton. III. I OlH HOUSE till I GLOBE Guarantees Prices. THE e iii GLOBE Guarantees Goods or Money Refunded. THE GLOBE Has a Larger Assortment and Complete Stock HENCE: You owe a Duty to Yourself Jo Call (EVER ANI* AXON) at the GLOB Hildebrand Divitest You All. The IM taster    by    rn    (ellUlon of Freight Tr«ii.», on Ona ot Which Were Several I**! .<Hor** t ar* Leaded with ' Hittable Animal, Going to Kanaaa City Fifteen of the ltiu-rn Killed— Mleeellaneeite Accidents. St. Dins, June IO.—A freight wreck «*'currt*d on the Wa I .tmh railroad, near Mi a trenton, misty one miles west of here, •arty Monday morning. The olfieia] notification telegraphed to the Wabash company here from their agent at Moberly at .(tea; About I :'ift o'clock Monday morning train No. 1ft, engine No. JUN, collided one-half mile west of Warrenton with a train living run am second section of No. 5, One of the trains hail eight palace home car> load.-1 with race horsemen route from Atonia to Kansas City. The accident WM caused by an error in train orders. 'I he second section of train No. 5 had order* to run two hour* and five minute* late aud the order delivered to No. -Jft by the ofierntor at Montgomery read two hour* and fifty minute* late. Revert Men and Fifteen Horses Killed. Seven men iu charge of the horses were killed and several others were injured Engineer Sh! wile had a rib broken. Fireman lase Parsons had a collar bone broken. Fireman Brown was seriously injured uhout his legs. Brakeman Norton was slightly injured. No other train men were injured, Engine No. IHI and two palace hone cars tit the second section of train No. 5 and engine Na JWN and sixteen ear* of train Ne SF* were badly wrecked. Fifteen race horses were killed. I'iie company’s surgeons at Moberly, Montgomery and Warrenton, went to the scene of the accident. The Killed and I nj it rod. Following is a list of the killed and in jured: Killed—W. II. Thomas, colored, ! Cynthiana. Ky.; Henry Hume, trainer, ( Harrod'hurgh, Ky.: .fames Kelley, Chicago; Frank Kelly, Chicago; Kd Bim moos, I hi>atler, la-xington, Ky.; Morris Greer, | colored. Frankfort, Ky.; Samuel Davis, I jockey, Lexington, Ky. Injured—Will* : tam Taylor, colored, Covington, Ky., ann broken; I .ce Parsons, Wabash engineer, arm broken; J. K. Newton, brakeman, se-j verely injured; lamia f . Augustus, col-i owl, HarrtsUburgh, left thigh fractured; J (ii urge Hnrh y, colored, Cynthiana, N. Y., : arm broken; las* Brown, Louisville, arm broken; Merrill Johnson, tailored, St. Louin, arm broken. OTHER MISHAPS. A Runs way Horne Crashes Into a Street t ar Hurting Two People, FALL BIV KR, Mums., June IO.—An open horse car on North Main street containing twenty |ta**engers was dashed into by a runaway home with a grocery wagon. I The hor-.* Went right through the ce titer of the car, landing on the opposite side, ; tearing away the iron braces, two oak support* aud the seat attached. Jennie Burke aud George IL Paoeoud, who occupied the seat, aud a Mrs. Bice tm the seat behind, wert thrown from the car, Mia* Burke tieing hurled twenty feet, When picked up ahe was thought to be dead, but revived later aud wa* found to be bailly hurt internally. Paceoud, who occupied the cud of the aeat nearest where the bone entered, ie very severely injured, but Mrs Bio.' seems to have escaped with but slight bruise*. No other passenger wa* hurt, the horse will probably die. seven Persons Urea nett. Ii.Mass., June IO.—Seven young men of a party of l ight who started at 2-.SU J a rn. to go down the harbor Ashing were ' drowned before they had been two hour* I out. The party, which occupied a twenty-three foot cath,at. was ai ade up of Mat thew Quinlan, James Husband, Joseph Tufts, Edgar Maloney, Thomas Troy, Al- j herr Loin Kurd, John Sullivan and Law- ' retire M> la mon, and Quinlan, the youngest, wi - ? be* one that was saved. Maloney ! •ml Mi Tarlton leave families; the others | were unmarried ('Mille (tousled Allis Moxi UK AL, June JO - Fire in th* Grand Trunk railway stock yards burned thirty-seven cattle U> death and leu others so badly that they will probably have to I* shot. There were over JHS) brail of cattle in the mbe.I- sign the fire started but all Were safely gotten out except those burned aa stated above. Tbs lo-*. amounting to about 41 . vsi (alb upon the stock yards company Vt aa a IG ro, Oui Foolhardy. (’INC! SY ATL June Kb—Daniel Willco* jumped (rom the Newport railway bridge ninety feet into tbs river Sunday, fell on his stomach, and was so badly injured that he died half an hour later. Ile held a medal given by the ('lilted State* government for saving eighteen Ii VI-during the great flood in MRS. He was Si years old    _ tarried Over the kails. KT. J oh JI, N. B, June Id.—Two men, name* unknown, attempted to row a boat antas* the river above lh* Grand falls. The current was Ga* strong and they wert coiffed over th* flails. No tm* of boat or men has yet b»eti louud Jumped Through alar (Vt ode a. Ba lh a* ut. Md., June Kl- Harry Evans. of Washington City, an Unum* man in charge at an officer, on his way to an insane asylum at Albany, N. Y., jumped through a car window of a fast express train on the Halt I mon* ami Ohio road Sunday. It was thought he bad met a horrible death The train wa* stopped, but no trace of the man could be found. Monday he was found wandering around Canton in an almost uninjured condition. drowned Whit# Bathing Fall Bivxr, Mass.. June IO.- Michael Keenan, ago! it, a barber, na married, was dr*>wurd while bathing with other men in the Kotlik Wat a ppa lake. Keenan had but one leg Hr swam away from bis companions arni prmwntl) was aren to I* floundering in lim water, but could not bs IV*rhcd in time to save hi* life. Ail American Mw* a British Papas. Lonim>k, June lo.—George VV n»blhgt<>a Butterfield, sn American, is suing The Financial News, of this city, for libel and a*ha a* mac * in    The alb gad libel consisted in th* newspaper asserting that the mining schemes it tit* plaudit! located ta the United States were Impru dent nod wild. TOO QUICK FOR HIM. Wife-Murder Prevented by a Grot ber-Inlaw—The Cos ie* Actinal ion. Monthkal, Can. .June IO. & II Cow I cs, Mf Cleveland, Ohio, w ho a few days ago absconded with his divorced wife’* child, was shot down here Sunday afternoon while attempting to take his 'late wife’s rtlf**, by her brother, Mr. C. C. Hale. Cow-1 ex arrived here Friday morning, registering at the Windsor hotel, and Saturday he placed the child in the convent of the Sacred Heart, Mrs. Cowles, having leu rued of the whereabout* of Cowles and hi* daughter, accompanied by her brother, C. C. Hale, and Judge Ingeraoll, left for the Windsor, where Cowles was staying. A stormy interview was had with Cowles in a room in the hotel and a policeman hail to Is- sent for to prevent a fight between Cowles aud Hale. Finally Cowries agreed to give up the child for ILKO, and these terms being consented to Mr and Mrs. Cowles, accompanied by Hitle. went to drive to the convent to get the child. Rho! Through the Kerb. When nearing the convent a dispute arose. Suddenly Cowles drew a revolver and attern pled to shoot bls wife. Hale wax too quick for him, however, as be caught his arm, drew IU* own weapon, and shot Cowls* through the neck. Aa t lie affair o* curred on a crowded part of Sc Catherine street a tremendous sensation was emitted. The wounded man was taken lo tho general hospital, where be is supposed to be dying. Hale la under arrest at polka headquarters, bail being refaxed Mrs. Cawk* is in hysterics at the Windsor, while the child over whom all the trouble arow? lo still in the con vent. Murdered His Friend. Chicago, June IO.—A queer murder was perpet rated in a saloon kept by a man named I Jal I on. A painter named James Johnson and a carpenter named Walter J scot won, had Im en in Dalton’s all Saturday night drinking lieer and shaking dice. About 7 o’elork Johnson went to sleep in a chair, and a little later J son (mon became engaged in an altercation with Dalton. Jacobson drew a heavy knife and made a lunge at the saloon keeper, but tieing quite drunk, he could not maintain his equilibrium, ami instead of stabbing Dal ton be reeled arid drove the knife Into the Isnly of his sleeping friend Johnson, who died shortly after Jacobson was arrested. The Amalgamated Con vent Ion. PITT*Si tai. Pa, June Id—At the morning se adon of the Amalgamated ronven-tion Monday th* old scale vt |5.30 for Bn ling Iron was reaffirmed. As the scale for boiling is taken as a basis and remains unchanged, it is to Iv* inferred that very slight, if any change in the remainder tit the scale, w ill tie effected. The new scale for eastern unum fat turn-* has not yet Is-en coax idem! by the wage committee. It is undt ret IMM I, however, from reliable source that a surprise In in store for east arn manufacturers iu that sn effect will be made bi equalise the wage scale. There Is now a difference of nlinottt (J in favor of tile east in the price for hoking iron. Inreudiarle* at Davenport, (awa. Davenport, Iowa, June lo.—Between 8 o’clock aud 5 o’clock Sunday morning five incendiary fires were started In the thickly settled part of the town, all within six hlocka The first alarm, st a .lo o’clock culled th* fin tm n to the tear of the plow works on Third street, where a sack of shavings hail I wen ignited. The other firm were started in shad* aud barns Hundreds of citisen* turned out in alarm. The mayor will offer a large reward for the ar rest and conviction of the incendiaries. At ii o’clock Sunday night In another part of town an attempt was made to burn an elevator. Tlmntssre ii'ade of lynching if the Incendiaries sr* caught. , As t'mplra's LII* la Dang**. Dknvkk. (’ado., Juno I Ct—A crowd of about 4,0(iu people saw the worst umpiring aver dime in Denver in the game of I tall between Denver and Minneapolis. Blogg did the work and excited the crowd to such sn extent that at the conclusion of the game a mob of 1,000 men jumped out of the grand stand and attempted to float the plate with his form. Th* prompt arrival of th* police and a number of deputy sheriffs saved Bl nag from being beaten to death. Dlogg httdto be brought to town in a fire marshal’s buggy driven at full spec.., followed by crowds hurling stone*. Twelve Building* Burned. Cog HicxTKH, Co n , June IO.-fire was discovered in the rear of the large Worth ington brick block at 8 o’clock Monday morn lug. It rapidly spread burning several Mores and tenement*. Among the loess* lire: VV, B. Otis, loss 110,(100, insurants* 97,Sum, Kellogg block, loss In,Out, insurance *s»l; J. N. Adams, Iou* SA,our, Bingham block, Ina* IS,(KIU-. J. P Scholl, loss ll,At*}. Irte block, loss FUMO. In all twelve buildings were bur mid Tbs Colchester library was totally destroyed. It was valued at |ft,(J0U. The street Car airths at tstsistiss CoLiMBtM, Ohio, June ICI—At noon Monday the street car company attempted to run cars but were interrupted by fully IU,UUU workmen who auddsoly made au appearance on D»ng street, blocking that thoroughfare, and derailing the car. which was in charge of police. Another car was started out, lait it was stopped st High street, lifted off lite track and placed •cross the street The driver was pursued but escaped. Tbs greatest ext dement prevails, lait so far as known no ohs is injure I.    ^ "Ch rill Uh" Social Urn Net ttatUfartorjr. London, June 1« —Th* Socialists of Bel* Bn have unanimously agreed to withdraw from the church unions aud join the Fie* Thinkers' organisation* The so called (Titian n sialism patronic l by th* clergy has never gone beyond the pr« liminal) stages of sympathy, aud seems likely to lose entirety whatever weight it might have had with tbs laboring cis—rn*. The UU Ma* Shew to lie Jailed. New YoftK, June IO.—Vincenso Vernon* fired four shot* at his lT ye*r-old wife last night in lier fat bar’s apartments, whither she had taken refuge after separating from Venoms ou account of his a buss. The young woman's father then fired at th* intruder, who fled and es aped. Jealousy caused th* trouble. None of tbs shot- took effect, Hied ie a ( hared Few. PHU.(DELPHIA, June IO —Rev. J. IL Kneittt, Aged ’A died Benday night to hic pew iu the Kmanus) Lutheran church, th* pastorate of which he resigned t wo years ago after a paralytic stroke He wax for VI years pastor of th* Reformed Lutheran church in Buffalo. DOHM HUSKY. A Northern Pacific Passenger "Held Up.” FOUR HIGHWAYMEN DO THE WORK. They Compel the Kngliieer aiul Fireman to detach the Mail na* Express Cars tram the Balance of the Train They Then Break Open the Iron Has In the Express Car. hut Find Nothing -Mail Matter Taken. Battu BCA, N. IL, June IU. -What Is protiahly the most daring train robbery ever attempted in this country wax committed Saturday night on the Northern Pacific railroad at a point about two miles east of New Salem and about twenty miles north of this city. Tbs east-bound passenger traiu, pa*-mg tin*se about midnight, was held up by four highwaymen, who rifled the mail cars, but were foiled in their Intention of robbing the express car by the presence of mind of the express ma*MMi|fsr. Winn the train arrived at New hoist ii two men got on the front end of the baggage car, and, after tbs train a tart oil up and got under way, they eltinla-d over the tender into the engine and covered the engineer and fireman with their revolvers: They bmwdbhed the nocked weapon* before the terrified engineer and fir.* man and threatened them with Instant death lf they did not stop at a certain place down the line, where they were to be joined by two confederates. An Express Messenger’s (tend) Wit, Before the train stopped st this point two shots were fin d an i whirled past the engineer's car, probabl \ for the purpose of intimidating him. Ex pre** Messenger A tigevine here exhibited wonder ful coolness and presence of mind. Hearing the shots fired on the engine and noting that the traiu was coming to an ab nipt halt on a lonely prairie, he suspected that something was wrong. Ile hurriedly opened the great trim treasure box of the oxpreas company, which contain. I many thousand dollar* and stowed the contents safely sway In the big safe which stand* In all express cars aud which could be opened by none except the nuwxeoger without several hours' hard work. He then left the car by the rear door, locking it after him and leaping from tim train hastened buck to New Salem where he gave the alarm. After the train hod been stopped, the mail, exprexs and luggage curs were uncoupled from the balance of the train by (lie brakeman, ilia robber* supervising the operations with lev* e I revolvers.    .    i The Hoi Was Empty. The robber* compelled Die engineer to pull these uncouple I cars away from the paneengcr coaches, and when the detached cars bad been atopies! again the engine, r and fireman wen- ordered to break ojwti the cb or of the express «ar; wit Ii a c<a»l pick they succeeded tit opening I he iron box, but found It entirely empty of any val us bbs*. They were so enraged st ILG discovery that one of the ' Blains struck the fireman a stunning blow on the head with tbs butt end of his r*.<dv*-r, fell rig him like ab ox to the floor of th; . if, w bere he remained unoonscious for fifteen min Ute* The robbers evidently thought that the express messenger had e*. n|«>d with th* contents of the iron U>x and di i not search the oar or attempt to cfi eel un tai tm no* into tbs safe, bot turned ti e.r at tendon to the mail cur, from which they secured seven valuable pouches of rcgis tem! midi matter, besides a large qusti tlty of loose registers. Then tin) made tbeir escape and the train return <1 to .Yew Balao), where a poss* of men was immediately organised and started In pursuit of the robbers. The train was delayed an hour abd none of the passengers were mo tested, and until they got back to Yr* Baleen knew nothing of what bail hap pened during tt fir slum tier*. Description of the 11 ob bars. The robbers are described as fallow*; One about 80 years of age, light hair, bean) and moat ache, ft feet IU inches in height, cutaway coat, buttoned st top, weighs IVO |m>uod* Another about 40 years, shaggy gray full beard, grayish colons! clothes and weighs ltd) No deacrip lion can tie given of tbs other two diaper* does Boon after tbs first party of men aet out several others followed suit and st 4 o’clock (sunday morning ten sturdy xiii-sens, armed to tile teeth, started out with determination to gain a surrrndcror bring the robbers back dead, but up to Bund*) evening nothing had lawn heard from them. Never has this section been in such a wild state of excitement. Vigilantes have lawn organising all day and there ar* at least IOO armed men engaged in hunting down th* robbers. M IU Otter Mig He wards. A settler came to New Salem in the afternoon and reported that he saw a camp of lough, suspicious looking strung era on the road. He did not go nearer to investigate!, as he hail heard nothing about the train being beld up With this clew a strong party aet out to iu*caligate, but have not yet reported. The express company sustain* no Iou* whatever, hut the pout office department’s Ina* is heavy, amounting far into the thousands. Both the express company and p..-totrice de pertinent will offer big reward* for tile apprehension of the n Idlers or recovery of the booty, postal Iti-p,-. tor W*i kin*, of Washington, hap;* Bed to lie in Bi* man k Minday, sml l.-.t for th* scene. Then are so many people *. .tiring I lie country that it is thought I in mldiere can not possibly ex* ape. A liemarbable It arg sis. Fall Kivxu, Mass., June lo—A womau named Monet took her two little children, one age I 4 and the other an infant in arms, to the circus here. While on tbs grounds she siw approached Ii. a rn an who rn ai ie a proposition to Like the eldest child, a troy. and traiu him for circus life. After much parleying the woman gave the (fluid up. receiving Mi ami a promise of ft a week a-* ’' ti/ as the ch id stay -I with his owner. The remarkable bargain was reported to the police, who arrested th* amman sud will Investigate the mat-tor. (FNrill’s Flue K.iuillrtl. Nxw York, June lo Judge Barrett, in the supreme court, bas remitted the fine of FLUID unposed on ex-Alderman O’Neill, of the “Im dir" I rd of iwi(. The fine was Impose ! at the tin e O’Neill was sent lo prison. Hi* term im- nearly ex- {ijrad and.hr will Is- released on the 15th net A HimI) ml UrgMlicS scabs. Boerov, June IO.—The Central lei bor union adopted resolutions <J* nouneing the new organisation known as tbs Progressiva Freesi<.os Cutters’ union, aa a “body of or* tabued scabs." FOR SALB. Eight room Frame Houso, good Cellar, Cistern, Sink in House. Magnificent river view. Lot 50x120. For $1,250. Splendid Building Lots on Fourth street, as follows, 60x120, $1200; 60x120, $1,000; 63x120, with rock foundation, included, $1,350. Magnificent River View to each lot Thirty acre farm 2 I*- miles southeast of Brighton, all in cultivation. Four room frame-house, Cellar, Barn, Cog) Granary Smoke-house, Well, Cistern. Will sell for less than $35 per acre. Money to Loan. Dorse? k loo, I Mi street. AUE ACKNOWLEDGED THE Simplest, Most Lasting and Econom cal. REMAINS Unchang d throug h Years PltMe don't ft* gulled Info frying experimental stove*, fjg Over HOO now In use iii our city. FiiL & ({AMILL 315 Belle Hi. A. J. HOWELL DEALER IN CARPETS, CURTAINS, OiL CLOTHS, RUGS, &c. Our Prices WILL HK FOUND LOWER-Considering Qualitias and Styles- Than in any other house io Alton. In consequence uf lite QRE AT EXTENT of our KALES we ere en at dei! to do Ruxioeat on a VERY CLOSE MARGIN and it ie a recognised fact that we handle by far LA RUER QUANTITIES OF GOODS TUAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE CITY. SPRIK SHIS. I .un now recuring a hkr^e and varied stock of Clothe, in all the prevailing allude*, for Spring Sutta, which I am prepared to make up in the Most Fashionable! Stvles, GUARANTEEING A Perfect Fit, Reason! JU Rates and fomplete Satisfaction. H.C. G. Montz. 112 Third st. {pm11 IL Kit I Egi*11 im m, I rn1 ST T i 111 I iii ;

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Publication: Alton Daily Telegraph

Location: Alton, Illinois

Issue Date: June 10, 1890

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